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Glacial North Atlantic: Sea-surface conditions reconstructed by GLAMAP 2000
The response of the tropical ocean to global climate change and the extent of sea ice in the glacial nordic seas belong to the great controversies in paleoclimatology. Our new reconstruction of peak
Fundamental Modes and Abrupt Changes in North Atlantic Circulation and Climate over the last 60 ky - Concepts, Reconstruction and Numerical Modeling
Centennial- to millennial-scale changes in global climate over the last 60 ky were first documented in ice cores from Greenland, with ice sheets around the North Atlantic and its thermohaline
Reconstruction of the variability of the southwest monsoon during the past 3 ka, from the continental margin of the southeastern Arabian Sea
From temporal variation in δ18O in Globigerinoidesruber and G. sacculifer and geochemical indices of weathering/erosion (chemical index of alteration, Al and Ti), we infer rapid southwest monsoon
Variability of North Atlantic heat transfer during MIS 2
[1] Short-term changes in sea surface conditions controlling the thermohaline circulation in the northern North Atlantic are expected to be especially efficient in perturbing global climate
Sedimentary facies of glacial-interglacial cycles in the Norwegian Sea during the last 350 ka
Sediment fluxes were highest in the Norwegian Sea during late glacial/early deglacial periods, i.e., at oxygen isotope transition 43, below transition 65, at various levels within stage 6, and below
Climate induced changes in the circulation and dispersal patterns of the fluvial sources during late Quaternary in the middle Bengal Fan
From a transact along 15‡N latitude in the middle Bengal Fan, temporal and spatial variations in the granulometric parameters and clay minerals in14C dated box cores from the eastern, the central and
High resolution 230Thex stratigraphy of sediments from high-latitude areas (Norwegian Sea, Fram Strait)
Abstract We present data on the average sedimentation rates (ranging from 1.6 cm/kyr to 3 cm/kyr) for the last 300.000 years based on δ18O analyses of foraminifera in a core from the Norwegian Sea
Paleoceanographic Proxies in the Northern North Atlantic
The advantages and limitations of various proxy indicators of physical boundary conditions, such as sea-surface temperature (SST) and salinity (SSS), circulation patterns, deep-water ventilation,
Reconstruction of the variability of SW monsoon during the past 3 Ka from the continental margin of the South Eastern Arabian Sea
From temporal variation in δO in G. ruber and G. sacculifer and geochemical indices of weathering/erosion (CIA, Al and Ti), we infer rapid Southwest Monsoon deterioration with dwindled fluvial and
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